Trip planning just got much easier

Trip planning can often be a stressful time of wading through the many travel sites on the internet; clicking back and forth between windows to try to discover the best activities and create the perfect itinerary.

Tourism Thunder Bay has recently launched a brand-new, mobile-optimized website to simplify that process and to make your Thunder Bay-cation an exciting, memorable adventure.

Check out some of the features and start planning your trip today.

Itineraries and Traveler Information

Find all the info you need on getting to and getting around in Thunder Bay by road, air or even by boat. Discover the outdoor adventures and attractions in the area, great accommodation options and mouth-watering restaurants. If you’re looking for inspiration or to have the planning done for you, check out these one-day itineraries.

Directory and Favourites

Search for restauarnts, parks, attractions and more in the all-new business directory. Search by keyword, business name or use the advanced search to browse through the cateogries. You’ll find exactly what you’re looking for here and the best part is as you find all the places you want to include on your itinerary, you can with one-click add them to your list of favourites. Print out this list or save it to your phone and use it as your guide.

Social Media Integration

Each page of the website has social share buttons so you can easily share a link to exciting adventures with your friends and family on social media. Also, at the bottom of each page you’ll find our Instagram feed—hashtag your Thunder Bay photos #visittbay for a chance to have them shared on our account.

Use this tool to get inspired, plan your trip logistics and as your guide while you’re in the city. Check it out today and we’ll see you soon.

About Stephanie Reid

Born and raised in Thunder Bay, Stephanie is a content creator and media specialist and has a true appreciation for Northern Ontario and all of its many offerings and attractions.

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